Mojos Bar


Mojos Bar loves live original music seventeen days a week. It loves it local and foreign, hard and soft, new and old, obvious and obscure, friendly and furious… you get the idea.

Since the 1970s the Mojo’s site has been a holy site for counter culture and live music in Western Australia. Formerly The Stoned Crow and rechristened Mojo’s in the early 1990s, the venue has hosted iconic international touring acts as well as locals destined for greatness.

In the early 2000s, international roots behemoth John Butler was famously plucked from his busking pitch and plonked inside Mojo’s by his manager – and former Mojo’s owner – Phil Stevens. Now under the direction of WA booking company Cool Perth NIghts, in recent times acts as diverse as Tame Impala, POND, CW Stoneking, Abbe May, The Stems, Stella Donnelly, San Cisco and Thee Oh Sees have all graced the Mojo’s stage.

Finally – Mojo’s delivers a particularly homely and welcoming style of hospitality. It’s a clubhouse for all: straight and not straight, metal fans and reggae fans, students and millionares. Everyone is welcome. Come get your mojo.


Each Monday is the Wide Open Mic night. This is a free entry night for punters. The night books up weeks in advance. Contact Josh Sweetman via

Every Tuesday catch Sweetman Sounds a night dedicated to the great local music of new and established bands.

The first Friday of every month brings Fisherman Style, a massive night of all things Reggae.

The Second Friday of each month sees the Hussle Hussle night presenting all manner of beat oriented live acts & DJs.